Melbourne Incinerator: a healthier Australia?

By Perrine Bourson | June 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
Australian waste end up in our oceans

  *Picture This*   It’s a Tuesday night and you’re taking your bins out for collection. Mindlessly, you leave them at the curb and then walk back inside thinking nothing of it. What if I told you that your trash had the potential to be so much more, and with Australia’s current process that potential…

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Making housing prices affordable for younger people

Sydney Housing Councils Have Gone Rogue

By Perrine Bourson | May 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Going against the grain and suspending building laws in an attempt to make housing prices affordable.   It’s genuinely coming. And in July. As we know, older generations no longer need or can maintain 4-bedroom family homes. The younger generation can’t afford them.   A solution? Subdividing. And no more 10-year waits on subdivision certificates,…

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Clara High Speed Train

Australia’s Magic Bullet?

By Nicholas Mason | May 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Australia is the only continent in the World without a high-speed bullet train. Sydney to Melbourne is one of the World’s busiest air routes. Currently, the 4th most traveled, Globally. That we have no alternative than a 10-hour drive or overcrowded air travel… It beggars belief. And if you’re anything like me, you’re sick of…

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Aqualina Apartments

Australian Living Is Getting An Upgrade

By Nicholas Mason | May 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Sydney Construction continues to boom – Zone Q Is Turning Australia Into Its Own Personal Sculpture Yard. The Chinese Developer is fast making improvements to Australian living. Buying $349 million of property in Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne, they’re turning them into beautiful architectural works.   The latest project? A $155 million development in Missions Point,…

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Windsor Bridge is getting a makeover

A Top 5 Bridge in NSW?

By Nicholas Mason | May 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

  The Hawkesbury River Bridge, in the North-Western Sydney suburb of Windsor, is getting a makeover.   It’s being blown up, and relocated 35-meters downstream.   After 144 years and 20,000 riders a day, it’s fair to say, it’s due.   The main goal originally was to make the Horse & Cart trip across the…

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The Digital Construction Platform

3D Printing: Robotics in Construction Part 2

By Nicholas Mason | April 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

  In our last article we discussed how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics will change the construction sites.   Now, an MIT graduate has given us a real life example…   Dr. Steven Keating has created a new artificially intelligent 3-D printing machine named  the ‘Digital Construction Platform’ also known as DCP.   The DCP…

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Sydney's New Metro

About Time… Sydney’s New Metro

By Nicholas Mason | April 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

Characteristics of railway systems found in places such as Singapore, Barcelona, and Amsterdam. 170 metres long An extra 100,000 riders This initiative by the NSW Government is starting to (finally) look legit. In case you missed it, the Sydney Metro is getting a makeover, and this time safety is critical. The new railway system will…

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